Russia succeeds in placing 34 British satellites into orbit


Russia has successfully placed the 34 “One Web” British satellites in its operational orbits successfully, as the British police announced in an official statement saying: “Our satellites separated from the missile into nine groups, as planned and awaiting the signal.”

The statement referred to the “Soyuz-2.1B” space missile with the acceleration unit “Frygat-M” satellite transmission, and the Russian space agency “Ross Cosmos” announced that all 34 British OneWeb satellites were successfully placed in their operational orbits.

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